Life is precious, so guarding lives 24/7 is our Command Center (CC). The CC’s prime focus is to supervise and correlate a response to events that may happen on road. A moment of fatigue, distraction or speeding may cost many lives, hence guarding your drivers round the clock so that they drive safe and in turn, safeguard passengers onboard, pedestrians and other vehicles on road.
Avoids Loss of Lives
The major aim of Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) is to caution the driver of potential road perils and alert him beforehand so that he can drive safer. The ADAS sends the crucial two-second timely warnings for lane change, pedestrians, forward collision and safe distance. According to studies, A two-second warning can notably lessen the possibility of forward collisions and prevent grave accidents on road.
Constraints Revenue loss
The ADAS also assists in altering the vehicle’s driving manner, thereby conserving fuel usage by 15%. It can also lessen vehicle maintenance costs by curtailing the brake pad and tire wears. It develops a safe and balanced driving manner, that in turn, gives a boost to the drivers’s confidence levels.
Monitors drivers 24/7
Command Center monitors the drivers’s driving status and contacts them to wake them up in case any fatigue, distraction or driver yawning alarms get activated. All T-Guard systems are extended with CC support with an intent to ensure the safety of drivers, passengers and others.
Delivers Messages Simultaneously
The Command Center can efficiently send messages to different vehicles simultaneously based on the driver’s driving status. Bus driver A may need to be sent a fatigue alert, Bus driver B may require to be sent a distraction alert, and similarly Bus driver C may need to be sent a forward collision alert and so on. So, by delivering multiple alerts and saving multiple lives at a time, Command Center is inarguably the lifeline of the fleet management systems. It also helps in creating, deleting or changing messages remotely.
Collects and Analyses Data
The Command Center gathers data regarding driver’s driving status such as number of driving alerts a specific driver had received in a specific time period. The data is widely classified into three categories, which is fatigue, distraction and driver yawning. It then exports the data and reviews it for the highest reported driver and advises the customer on the driver's driving behaviour. For instance, if Driver A is serving his shift for the fifth consecutive day, he may be already fatigued and had been alerted quite frequently for fatigue driving, it is understood that he needs to take rest.
The Command Center generates daily, weekly and monthly reports as per the customer's need. These reports help the customer attain a lucid picture of how their fleet drivers are performing and aid them in counselling them so that they can better their driving skills and be safe on roads.
Keeps Devices and Software Up to Date
The Command Center staff is in constant touch with the maintenance team to keep all the fleet management devices and software in good working order. They check them for defects regularly and if any device or software is found faulty, it is immediately sent to be fixed at the maintenance department.